Location: Etosha Pan
No of rooms: 20 tents (two of which are family units)
Style: Permanent luxury tents
Highlights: Fantastic access to Etosha National Park, Andersson’s also has historical value – the waterhole in front of camp often draws in rhino and many other game species
Dining: In the old farmhouse or under the stars
Andersson’s Camp has one of the best wildlife viewing water holes just in front of camp, often attracting rhino and other game. Charles Andersson was the Swede who first discovered the Etosha Pan and this camp has a magical backdrop of the Ondundozonanandana Mountains.
The former farmstead has been updated and rebuilt and the camp is now luxurious and inviting. From here you can easily get into Etosha National Park for game drives. Night drives and bush walks are also a must here.Show Less